Re: format html for book from web browser print selection?

Subject: Re: format html for book from web browser print selection?
From: Craig Sanders <csanders -at- BEST -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 1998 17:17:39 -0700

Hello, Lenore!

You might want to have a look at using FrameMaker to single-source your docs. I
regularly do this, writing the "print" version along with the "online" version.
Both versions are essentially identical, except for some simple phrasing
changes, such as cross-references ("Click here to go to" as opposed to "See
page xxx for more information about . . . "). I get around this by writing the
cross reference twice, using two different styles, then separate the two using
conditional text tags in Frame.

I convert to whatever online format I need (HTML, HTMLHelp, WinHelp, JavaHelp,
OracleHelp) using WebWorks Publisher from Quadralay. I have used this product
for the last three years and can honestly say it is the most robust and
powerful tool of its class available today.

Have a look at www.quadralay.com for more info if you wish.

Hope this helps,
Craig Sanders

Lenore Weiss wrote:

> I have an online document that our customers access from different sites in
> the U.S.
>
> Occasionally, there is a need to print this document for onsite training.
>
> Does any one know of a way to have the browser print the html in book
> format so that the pages are
> formatted correctly? Printing the document now, some of the screen span two
> pages (uggh).
>
> Thanks.
>
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